Hasbro Game Night for Nintendo Switch - Nintendo Switch Standard Edition
- Great value: three classic games in One bundle, providing hours of entertainment
- Monopoly: discover 3D boards, exclusive tokens, and new ways to play, including shorter sessions. For up to six players
- Trivial pursuit live!: experience the thrill of to-show trivia gameplay with up to three other players
- Risk: lead troops to victory in this modern version of the classic, with 3D visuals and custom rules. Up to four players
- Solo or multiplayer: play against family and friends at home or solo online against players from around the world
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Slight negative in that they all have online compatibilities (cool right?), but good luck finding a random game to play, which I could never find someone. So only get this game if you plan on using it with friends and family, or enjoy leisurely solo distractions.
The only other thing that's kinda weird is that this is literally 3 games in one, so you'll have three separate icons on your Switch home screen when you put the cartridge in.
Final thoughts: 1) MONOPOLY as a standalone title exists for the same price as this if not more, so getting HGN instead of the standalone is a no-brainer. 2) As a whole, this is a great party game(s) for friends; buy if you get a good price!
I wish the rest of the game was as impressive. Trivial pursuit is nice, but it’s hard to see, they market towards children as well and it’s too fast for them to read the questions, same for the visually impaired. I would like to see them use voiceovers to read the questions and answers before time starts
Monopoly is awful. It’s my favorite game in the world and you can literally press A for the entire game and get the same results and. If you payed with strategy. It leaves no room to interact with other players and while the animations are really unique and whimsical, it feels more like watching a tv show than laying a game.
The saving grace is the low price, but I wouldn’t pay more than $20 for it.
The two bugs that we ran into are: incorrect winners are declared at the end of the game; answers to questions were the opposite choice (that is, A is correct but, in the game, it chose B).
I assume that this is no longer being supported by the developers so I recommend you also not support them by purchasing this game.
This game has the slowest computer players I have ever seen and the funny part is I used too play Monopoly on the SEGA Master System which is a console that about 30 years old where it should be slow compared to the Nintendo Switch but it's the opposite where the older version is 20 times faster then the new version as well this game heats up my Switch lot more faster then my other games put together for reasons unknown to me.
But if it wasn't a classic board game I would give it a one star review without a second thought about it.